Safari Quest


Safari Quest

Vessel Type: Expedition

Length: 36 m

Passenger Capacity: 22

Built / refurbished: 1992 / 2006

Agile, spry, and with clean design lines, the Safari Quest—carrying just 22 guests—can cut into the tiniest nooks that even our other small vessels can’t reach. This includes coveted wilderness areas with highly limited access of no more than two groups of twelve guests per day. For those most special adventures, she is the ticket in. While small is her secret for access, on the inside this yacht is anything but. Spacious and comfy cabins. A cozy and welcoming lounge and dining room. And plenty of onboard niches for nestling and relaxing. On a boat this size, camaraderie is near-instant—feel the love.

Four decks provide private nooks and shared lounge space on this cozy yacht. The Observation Deck has an on-deck hot tub and fitness equipment; the Bridge Deck houses the much-coveted Admiral cabins, the small library, and our open bridge; the Main Deck features the dining room, bar, and lounge, along with the Pathfinder and Single cabins that work well for guests who don't manage stairs well. The Cabin Deck below holds the Navigator cabins.

The Dining Room features open seating table service at set times. Unlimited beverages, alcoholic and non, are included in the price of the cruise. Vegetarian options are always available, and dietary restrictions are happily accommodated with advance notice.

Onboard Features: Full-beam swim step; underwater bow-mounted camera; kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles; on-deck hot tub; fitness equipment; DVD and book library.

Cabin layout for Safari Quest

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